You can search for papers relevant to a subject of interest. Just enter a set of keywords that describes the subject in BiP's search box and press "Find!". The results will appear below the search box.
The results can be ordered based on each paper's popularity or influence. A popular paper is one having currently a hype. An influential paper is one having a strong research impact in its field. You can select want type of ordering suits better your needs using the corresponding radio button (located below BiP's search box).
BiP! finder supports comparisons between selected papers. To compare 2-4 papers to eachother just click on the corresponding row in the search results. After finalizing your selection just click on the orange button appearing at the top right corner of the page. A new page, containing a radar chart, will appear.
In case you discover interesting papers, you can save them in your bookmarks (you have to login to have access to your bookmarks - singing up is completely free). You can access your bookmarks just by clicking on the "Bookmarks" menu item, at the top of the webpage. Finally, you can remove a bookmark anytime you want from your bookmarks page.